Employment Law Counsel
Our team at G. Ortega Law offers guidance and support with federal, state, and local employment laws. Employment laws refer to any laws that cover the relationship between employers and employees. To help ensure you’re on the right side of the law as an employer, our corporate attorneys provide advice relating to employment law to help reduce the risk of litigation.
We offer counsel on many employment matters, including:
- Employee handbooks and policies
- FMLA compliance
- Severance packages
- Non-compete agreements
- OSHA compliance
- Wage-and-hour laws
- Interviewing and hiring practices
- Employee contracts
- Termination protocols
- Disciplinary policies
- Title IX compliance
Businesses of all types can be vulnerable to employment law claims, which can quickly become costly and time-consuming. Our corporate attorneys work with you to help reduce these risks by offering practical advice on employment laws. As attorneys with years of experience as business executives, we understand the need for feasible, effective actions that can help reduce your risk for litigation. Our team works with you to learn more about your company and how we can customize solutions to suit your needs.
When you need employment law counsel, choose our team. We offer the knowledge and expertise you need for employment law advice and representation. Whether you have one matter you need guidance on or are looking for ongoing support with your employment practices, our attorneys are here for your business.
Labor Law Lawyer
While employment and labor law are often used synonymously, labor law actually refers to laws regarding how employers and labor unions interact. There are several laws that regulate how unions and employers work together, which is why legal counsel can help you make the right decisions when handling union situations. For example, employers can’t threaten to terminate employment for individuals who join or vote for a union.
Our corporate attorneys offer counsel on a wide range of labor law situations, including:
- Collective bargaining agreements
- Grievance arbitration
- Unfair labor claims
- Work stoppage situations
- Mass picketing injunctions
While it may seem that unions complicate your operations, our team helps you navigate these relationships and discussions to help you avoid labor law issues. At G. Ortega Law, we work to protect your interests and advise you on practices to minimize the risk for litigation from employees or unions. Contact our team today to learn more and discuss how we assist your business with our employment law services.